Tom and Jerry (English: Tom and Jerry) transcribed as Tom and Jericho is an American animated series that is shown on television and theaters with a variety of genres from short films to long films. Produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for MGM studios, the film is an endless confrontation between cat Tom and smart mouse Jerry bringing countless laughter to the audience.
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Hanna and Barbera wrote the screenplay and directed 114 episodes of Tom & Jerry at the MGM studio between 1940 and 1957 (five of its animation studios closed). The original version of Tom & Jerry won an Oscar for the animated short seven times category. Tom & Jerry has a large worldwide audience with everything from children to young people, and is recognized as one of the film legends that live forever in the hearts of the public and American film history. In 2000, TIME magazine announced Tom & Jerry as one of the best TV shows of all time.
Beginning in 1960, to continue the success of the first 114 episodes, MGM gave production rights to Rembrandt Films, run by Gene Deith in Northern Europe. Then in 1963 the film was assigned to a Hollywood studio, Sib-Tower 12 by Chuck Jones. The series ended in 1967 bringing the total number of episodes to 161. Later, to cater to animated channels, the two original producers, Hanna-Barbera, continued to produce Tom & Jerry in the 70s until early. 90. And followed by two feature-length Tom & Jerry films, Tom and Jerry: The Movie in 1993 and Tom & Jerry: the Masion Cat in 2000. The latest Tom & Jerry episode is one. The Karate Guard debuted in Los Angeles on December 27, 2005, and from 2006 to present Tom and Jerry are produced at the Warner bros.  The current,